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Powergen Challenge Cup holders Bradford Bulls have announced that they, in association with Dudley Hill ARLFC, will hold a bucket collection at next week?s Super League game at Odsal Stadium between the Bulls and Leeds Rhinos in aid of the South London Storm player, Bobby Hutton who suffered a severe neck injury in a game last week at Dudley Hill.
Bobby, who is a student in London but is originally from Hull, is still in Intensive Care following the accident last week.
Bulls Spokesman, Stuart Duffy said today:
?As soon as he heard of the accident, our Chairman, Chris Caisley, contacted me to arrange to have a collection for Bobby. We are a very community focused club and we feel very deeply for Bobby and his family.
As this game is likely to attract a huge crowd to Odsal Stadium, we urge all supporters of both clubs to give generously for Bobby and we sincerely hope he will make a full recovery.?